It was thou as clomb into wucks through the window, and coot all the bands, and left thee knife behind to bear witness again thee.
I clomb the heights of my grief, and looked around, but alas!
A rough tower like that at Trim might be clomb easily enough, but it might not be so easy to get down.
But the cloud hung on the mountain she clomb, and her way was dimmed.
The flame that clomb the ashlar gray Had burned it red as tile.
She did not look back once, then, nor as she clomb the long slope to her home.
Before me was a steep rock; I clomb up, in the hope of discovering some outlet from the waste, perhaps of seeing houses or men.
He dared not look up; he trusted in the prayers of the little beadswoman, and clomb on.
We clomb till we struck violent cold and an Indian reservation, and the noble savage came to look at us.
I shall say that I clomb on the boat, and won the shore, and so made my way home.